ISTRIA

Raspor Castle

About 600 meters to the north of the Rašpor village on the Gradina hill, 829 meters high hilltop, is located Raspor’s Captains fortress. The medieval ruins of the main castle buildings (22 x 32m) located on the hilltop were created around the year 1000. Raspor castle...

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Rašpor – Gomila

Rašpor – Gomila

Gomila is a 1207 meters high peak located in Čićarija. The starting point of the trail is a small village Rašpor, 693 meters above the sea level. St. Nicholas church named for the first time 1385 and reconstructed in 1585 an later in 1814. Water source near the...

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Poklon – Vojak – Poklon

Poklon – Vojak – Poklon

Walking time: 3:17 h Total time: 4:00 h Total trail length: 7 km Trail difficulty: light, suitable for children and dogs Poklon – Vojak is a very popular trail. Vojak (1401) is the highest peak of Učka mountain. The trail starts at the Poklon pass, at the parking lot...

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Poreč

Poreč

The historical heritage of Poreč: Euphrasian Basilica - registered on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1997, constructed by Bishop Euphrasius in 6th century, but there were already earlier sacred buildings in existence, dating from the 4th century. The Town...

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Baredine cave

Baredine cave

Baredine cave is a karst phenomenon, a geomorphological monument of nature. Total cave depth =132m and total length = 300m. Located near Nova Vas and Parenzana trail . In the caves lives the olm (Proteus Anguinus Laurenti) an endemic amphibian in the family...

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Parenzana

Parenzana

Parenzana was a 123 km long narrow-gauge railway, operating in northwestern Istria between 1902 and 1935 and connecting the ports of Trieste and Poreč. Today it passes through the territory of three countries: Italy – 13 km, Slovenia – 32 km and Croatia – 78 km. Some...

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Parenzana: Poreč – Vižinada

Parenzana: Poreč – Vižinada

Parenzana was a 123 km long narrow-gauge railway, operating in northwestern Istria between 1902 and 1935 and connecting the ports of Trieste and Poreč. Today it passes through the territory of three countries: Italy – 13 km, Slovenia – 32 km and Croatia – 78 km. More...

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